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Pope Francis calls for people to live together in solidarity

Pope Francis has addressed delegates at the second International Conference on Nutrition in Rome (ICN2). During his speech he said all men, women

Pope Francis has addressed delegates at the second International Conference on Nutrition in Rome (ICN2). During his speech he said all men, women

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Belgians eat insects

Belgium is a country known for its cuisine. The Belgians enjoy mussels, fries, and waffles. Now there are more delicacies waiting to take this

Belgium is a country known for its cuisine. The Belgians enjoy mussels, fries, and waffles. Now there are more delicacies waiting to take this

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UN raises alarm over rising hunger levels

The United Nations food agency has issued a fresh warning over growing hunger levels. One in eight people in the world is chronically

The United Nations food agency has issued a fresh warning over growing hunger levels. One in eight people in the world is chronically

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US biofuel policy a threat to global food supply

The UN’s Food Agency has stepped up pressure on the United States to change its biofuel policy due to fear over a World Food Crisis. 40 percent of

The UN’s Food Agency has stepped up pressure on the United States to change its biofuel policy due to fear over a World Food Crisis. 40 percent of

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Food crisis warning as prices surge

The United Nation’s food agency is warning the world could face a drought-fuelled food crisis of the kind seen in 2007/08. Food prices surged in

The United Nation’s food agency is warning the world could face a drought-fuelled food crisis of the kind seen in 2007/08. Food prices surged in

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World pays more to eat

Global food prices rose in March for the third month in a row, putting food inflation firmly back on the economic agenda. The United Nations’ Food

Global food prices rose in March for the third month in a row, putting food inflation firmly back on the economic agenda. The United Nations’ Food